In September, 1931, Edgar Wallace
was back in Birmingham opening the Birmingham Liberal Association's bazaar and fancy fair at the Town Hall and in lively form.
Mr Clark, who became friends with the author's daughter, Penny, and runs the Edgar Wallace
society, said he first thought about writing a biography 20 years ago.
Collection Volume 1” - Visit the wild, wild world of writer Edgar Wallace
and step into the equally wild world of German horror thrillers with this suspenseful double feature featuring three hours of hooded madmen, evil maniacs and wilting showgirls.
I wonder where today's equivalent of Edgar Wallace
can be found.
was a great crime novelist, but this play does not put him in the same league as Agatha Christie.
His mock-Cockney delivery of the comic verse Dreaming of Thee, based on an Edgar Wallace
poem, made him a household name.
Cooper and Edgar Wallace
, which became the classic 1933 RKO Radio Pictures film, directed by adventurers Cooper and Ernest B.
Let's assume you have 25 Edgar Wallace
films in your library.
Because Edgar Wallace
wrote the tale touted as "the strangest story ever conceived by man - the greatest film the world will ever see".
Among the authors he'd find Edgar Wallace
with Bosambo of the River, and Admiral Evans of Antarctic fame; and there were stories by famous footballers and cricketers, war heroes and explorers, sporting gods then, forgotten now.
Nat Gould is one of the three most famous and popular authors of racing fiction, along with Edgar Wallace
and Dick Francis, but his books are full of Victorian sentimentality and have dated badly.
For this was the era of Bulldog Drummond and the prolific Edgar Wallace
(whose character The Mixer might have inspired the Saint).